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Violet Dehumanizes Elegant Elliot Offen
Topics: cross dresser, howard stern, elliot offen, whack pack
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
by Captain Janks
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Captain Janks's CD of prank phone calls released in 1995
Topic: Howard Stern
Cratediggers
by wushdishmeen (WDM)
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Congratulations, you found it :) Please do not post this anywhere public like /r/howardstern or Dawgshed. Feel free to share with friends and other Stern fans in other ways. This will ensure that it doesn't get taken down for the others who are trying to find this again. Thanks and enjoy!! Introduction from WDM: The most epic fucking radio broadcast known to Stern Fans!  For any followers of Artie Lange,  this is clearly the most in depth and complete production of Artie's addiction saga....
Topics: artie lange, howard stern, HSS, WDM, wushdishmeen, addiction, saga, 24hr, 24 hours, 24,...
Warren Publishing Archive
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Warren Publishing was an American magazine company founded by James Warren, who published his first magazines in 1957 and continued in the business for decades. Magazines published by Warren include After Hours, Creepy, Eerie, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Help!, and Vampirella. Initially based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the company relocated by 1965 to New York City, New York. Begun by James Warren, Warren Publishing's initial publications were the horror-fantasy-science fiction movie...
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In this episode, Pat travels to Dallas Texas for business.
Zines
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This is a collection of zines that can be found on the Archive. Zines are self-published, non-commercial publications with typically small circulations. They cover a wide range of topics with many focused on politics, art, creative writing, and personal theory.
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Mirror of channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lV8KIVWvfsaqOi_d3Wu3w/featured This is an archival copy uploaded after the Youtube channel removed its content amidst controversy. Summary of controversy:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOVrrL5KtsM
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Audiophile CD Collection
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Tracklist: 1. Regular Thang 2. Queen Of The In-Betweens 3. Too Beautiful People 4. Girlsinger 5. Superstar 6. Never Come 7. Have It Off 8. Everything 9. I Love You 10. No More Lonely 11. Five Things
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K Power Magazine
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K-Power described itself as "The Magazine for the Computer Generation". It was a computer magazine with an emphasis on education, published in the United States by Scholastic, Inc and edited by Anne Krueger. 8 issues of K-Power were published, running from February to November/December 1984, after which it was merged with Family Computing and became a teen-oriented insert of its parent magazine. K-Power featured type-in BASIC programs for many different platforms, perhaps most fondly...
Smash Hits Magazine
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Smash Hits was a pop music magazine aimed at teenagers and young adults, featuring lyrics, photographs, interviews and news related to celebrity music acts in the UK (Later offshoots arrived in the US and Australia). After an initial test issue, the magazine started publishing in 1979, switching to a fortnightly schedule after three issues, and finally closing up in 2006. Starting in 2008, Brian McCloskey began a project called Like Punk Never Happened, providing scanned and described issues of...
Fangoria Magazine
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Fangoria is an internationally distributed American horror film fan magazine, in publication since 1979. At the height of its popularity in the 1980s and early '90s it was the most prominent horror publication in the world. The magazine was released in an age when horror fandom was still a burgeoning subculture; in the late 1970s most horror publications were concerned with classic cinema, while those that focused on contemporary horror were largely fanzines. Fangoria rose to prominence by...
Game and Gamer Magazines
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This is a collection of magazines and newsletters based around gaming of all sorts: Arcade games, Computer Games, Console Games, as well as Board Games, Role-Playing Games, and any other sort of related entertainment. This collection consists of dozens of magazine runs, digitized from fading piles of older magazines by an army of anonymous contributors. In some cases, quality is variant, due to the rareness of the issues. Special thanks and recognition are given to sites bombjack.org,...
The Computer Magazine Archives
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With the re-branding of computing power and machines as something welcome in the home and not just the workshop, a number of factors moved forth to sell these machines and their software to a growing and large group of customers. Besides the introduction of more elegant cases and an increased presence by larger and larger firms, a strong argument can be made that one of the forces was the proliferation of computer-related magazines and newsletters that gave a central, printed home for writing...
Starlog Magazine
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Starlog was a monthly science-fiction film magazine published by Starlog Group Inc. The magazine was created by publishers Kerry O'Quinn and Norman Jacobs. O'Quinn was the magazine's editor while Jacobs ran the business side of things, dealing with typesetters, engravers and printers. They got their start in publishing creating a soap opera magazine. In the mid-1970s, O'Quinn and high school friend David Houston talked about creating a magazine that would cover science fiction films and...
Mean Machines Magazine
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Mean Machines itself started life as a console-only section within the pages of Computer and Video Games Magazine. First featured in the October 1987 issue of the magazine, the section mainly covered the 8-bit systems like the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and Sega's Master System, with the odd reference to the NEC PC Engine. It soon became apparent that consoles were taking off in a big way, and that they were muscling in on territory traditionally covered by the still-dominant Atari ST...
TheOne Magazine
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The One was a video game magazine in the United Kingdom which covered 16-bit home gaming during the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was first published by EMAP in October 1988 and initially covered computer games aimed at the Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, and IBM PC markets. Like many similar magazines, it contained sections of news, game reviews, previews, tips, help guides, columnist writings, readers' letters, and cover-mounted disks of game demos. The magazine was sometimes criticised for...
Crazy Magazine
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Crazy Magazine was an illustrated satire and humor magazine, and was published by Marvel Comics from 1973 to 1983 for a total of 94 regular issues (and two "Super Specials", Summer 1975, 1980). It was preceded by a standard-size comic book titled Crazy, consisting of reprints from Not Brand Echh, which lasted three issues. Many comic book artists and writers contributed to the effort in the early years. These included Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Vaughn Bodé, Frank Kelly Freas, Harvey...
Family Computing Magazine
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Family Computing was a 1980s U.S. computer magazine published by Scholastic, Inc.. It covered all the major home computer platforms of the day including the Apple II series, Commodore Vic 20 and 64, Atari 8-bit family as well as the IBM PC and Apple Macintosh. It printed a mixture of product reviews, how-to articles and type-in programs. The magazine also featured a teen-oriented insert called K-Power, written by Stuyvesant High School students called the Special-K's. The section was named...
Amstrad Action Magazine
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From Wikipedia: Amstrad Action was a monthly magazine, published in the United Kingdom, which catered to owners of home computers from the Amstrad CPC range and later the GX4000 console. It was the first magazine published by Chris Anderson's Future Publishing, which with a varied line-up of computing and non-computing related titles has since become one of the foremost magazine publishers in the UK. The publication, often abbreviated to AA by staff and readers, had the longest lifetime of any...
ZZap!64 Magazine
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Zzap!64 was a computer games magazine covering games on the Commodore International series of computers, especially the Commodore 64 (C64). It was published in the UK by Newsfield Publications Ltd and later by Europress Impact. The magazine launched in April, with the cover date May 1985 as the sister magazine to CRASH. It focused on the C64 for much of its shelf life, but later incorporated Amiga game news and reviews. Like CRASH for the ZX Spectrum, it had a dedicated cult following amongst...
Crash Magazine Archive
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Crash was a magazine dedicated to the ZX Spectrum home computer. It was published from 1984 to 1991 by Newsfield Publications Ltd until their liquidation, and then until 1992 by Europress. Crash was initially launched in 1983 by Roger Kean, Oliver Frey and Franco Frey as a mail order software catalogue that included several pages of reviews. It then launched as a magazine in February 1984, maintaining its focus squarely on Spectrum gaming (unlike its competitors, which tended to feature more...
Arcade Express Newsletter
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Arcade Express billed itself as the bi-weekly electronic games newsletter. Published in the early 1980s.
Video Games Magazine
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An excellent magazine, aside from the occasional vodka ads, that started bi-monthly in 1982 and became monthly in 1983. The last issue we know of was the Summer/Fall 1984 one. Published by Pumpkin Press.
Personal Computer Games Magazine
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Personal Computer Games was a multi-format UK computer games mag of the early/mid eighties. It is famous for launching the careers of several notable games journalists of the '80s including Bob Wade, Peter Connor and Chris Anderson. Anderson would later launch Amstrad Action, and Future Publishing, along with Wade and Connor. Other staff included Deputy Editor Steve Cooke and staff writer Samantha Nemens. Computer coverage at the time were mainly consisted of the Spectrum, C64 and the BBC...
GamePro Magazine
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GamePro was an American multiplatform video game magazine media company that published online and print content. The magazine offered coverage of various video game consoles (e.g., PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii), PC computers, and mobile devices (e.g., PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, iOS). GameProMedia properties included GamePro magazine and the website GamePro.com. The company was also a subsidiary of the privately held International Data Group (IDG), a technology media, events and research...
Computer and Video Games Magazine
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Computer and Video Games Magazine was published in Great Britain in the early 1980s.